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In recent days, many new economic companies have been listed together, and they have all achieved a "dream start" in which their stock prices nearly doubled on the first day of listing. On December 9, DoorDash, the US version of “Meituan Takeaway”, was listed on the New York Stock Exchange, and it closed at $189.51 on the first day, an increase of over 85% from the issue price; On December 10, the shared rental giant Airbnb listed on Nasdaq after some twists and turns, and closed at $144.71 per share on the first day, up 113% from the issue price; On December 11, the new consumer company Bubble Mart was listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange with an opening price of HK$77.2, which was over 100% higher than the IPO price. Among these companies, there is also a relatively unknown and b2b data not too big company listed on the New York Stock Exchange. This company is C3.ai, which provides AI services for corporate customers. On the day of listing, C3.ai was priced at $42 per share, and finally closed at $92.42, a 120.21% jump from the IPO price. Simply put, C3.ai is a SaaS company that provides enterprise customers with various applications and tools that can be quickly deployed, helping customers integrate AI technology with their traditional businesses and complete digital upgrades. Its founder Tom Siebel is a legend in the Silicon Valley software industry. Siebel Systems, a CRM company founded in 1993, was once very popular in the industry. Later, it was acquired by Oracle in 2006 at a price of 5.8 billion US dollars. Nearly 60 years old, Tom Siebel, who is already a billionaire, started his own business again in 2009 and founded C3.ai. Interestingly, not long ago, cloud computing giant Salesforce announced that it would acquire enterprise collaboration chat software Slack for $27.7 billion, setting one of the largest single acquisitions in the history of the software industry and the largest Salesforce acquisition in recent years. Pen acquisition.
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